Definition of Duchess of windsor
1. Noun. United States divorcee whose marriage to Edward VIII created a constitutional crisis leading to his abdication.
Generic synonyms: Divorcee, Grass Widow
Lexicographical Neighbors of Duchess Of Windsor
Literary usage of Duchess of windsor
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. An Almanack for the Year of Our Lord by Joseph Whitaker (1869)
"... (Tbc Duchess of Windsor). Resid.nl abroad. KING GEORGE V, second son of King Edward VII, born Junes, 1865: married July 6,1893, ..."
2. Baltimore and the Chesapeake Bay by Barbara Radcliffe Rogers, Stillman Rogers (2001)
"Patterson, and the Duke and Duchess of Windsor; •a 410-605-0462. A love While the story of the Duke and Duchess of Windsor is familiar to nearly everyone, ..."
3. Adventure Guide to Provence & the Cote D'Azur by Ferne Arfin (2005)
"The Duke and Duchess of Windsor became part of the social scene following his abdication as Edward VIII. The Capital of Cinema If you know only one thing ..."
4. The Bahamas: A Taste of the Islands by Paris Permenter, John Bigley (2000)
"Later, Graycliff was purchased by Lord and Lady Dudley, Third Earl of Staffordshire, who hosted many dignitaries including the Duke and Duchess of Windsor, ..."
5. Adventure Guide to the Chesapeake Bay by Barbara Radcliffe Rogers, Stillman Rogers (2000)
"... highlights the neighborhood's two best- known love stories: Jerome Bonaparte and Betsy Patterson and the Duke and Duchess of Windsor; -a 410-605-0462. ..."